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  1. #1 Sarasota bucks warming trend 
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    Mar 2002
    Global Warming....nah,nah. :p:D

    By Kate Spinner

    Summer afternoons in Florida are undoubtedly hot, but not quite as hot as they used to be, on average, in Sarasota.

    A new analysis of the past three decades of temperatures shows Florida especially Sarasota bucking a pronounced warming trend nationwide.

    At the Sarasota-Bradenton weather station, average high temperatures fell every month of the year and in some months by nearly two degrees. As a result, Sarasota's average high temperature for July will drop from 91.3 degrees to 89.8 degrees.

    "It doesn't seem like a big deal, but when you integrate that over a whole year in terms of your heating bill or your crops, it really adds up," said Anthony Arguez, a physical scientist who managed the reanalysis of the nation's normal temperatures for the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration.

    May the FORCE be with you!
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    That damn global warming is responsible. It ain't supposed to happen this way.
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